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Which statement in this excerpt from Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby shows that the author learned to have high expectations in life only after he went to a football (soccer) game? I'd been to public entertainments before, of course; I'd been to the cinema and the pantomime and to see my mother sing in the chorus of the White Horse Inn at the Town Hall. But that was different. The audiences I had hitherto been a part of had paid to have a good time and, though occasionally one might spot a fidgety child or a yawning adult, I hadn't ever noticed faces contorted by rage or despair or frustration.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    So first off, which statement do you think it is?

  2. anonymous
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    I was thinking it was " I'd been to public entertainments before, of course; I'd been to the cinema and the pantomime and to see my mother sing in the chorus of the White Horse Inn at the Town Hall. But that was different." but im not sure I don't really understand.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Yes that is correct.

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